To celebrate World Wildlife Conservation Day, we asked our inspiring field teams and partners for their conservation messages, celebrations, and insights.
Find out more about how Born Free is giving ‘Hope for Elephants’ in the Meru Conservation Area, Kenya.
At Born Free, we believe every elephant matters – but how do we tell them apart?
Every year, trophy hunters slaughter tens of thousands of wild animals, bizarrely claiming that killing rare species is an effective way to protect them. Our Head of Policy, veterinarian Dr Mark Jones, reports.
From our very first field project to cutting edge innovation today, Born Free is devoted to impactful elephant conservation, reports Conservation Manager Penny Banham.
Following our recent Hope for Elephants appeal launch, we spoke with Francis Kago, Project Officer for our Saving Meru’s Giants programme in the heart of the Meru Conservation Area, Kenya – dedicated to protecting elephants in the wild.
Let’s hear it for the superstars! Flagship species can transform conservation and Joe Hedges considers how key wild animals act as ambassadors for their habitat.
Born Free is sad to report the tragic death of a young wild lion in Meru National Park in Kenya – known and loved by our team since his birth, in February 2019.
Born Free’s Rescue & Care Coordinator, Tarnya Knight, explains why bonfires can be harmful to hedgehogs, and how anyone planning a bonfire can reduce the risk of hurting one of the UK’s most iconic species.
A future without elephants is unimaginable. Born Free’s new appeal offers a lifeline for one of Africa’s most iconic species.